- Margaret Greene co-wrote What Men Have to Do With It: Public Policies to Promote Gender Equality with Peter Pawlak. This report describes policies from around the world that seek to involve men in challenging norms and improving equality.
- Margaret Greene worked with the Futures Group in Cambodia to conduct policy analysis and advocacy for greater acknowledgement of the role of men and boys in reproductive health and HIV. Based on this analysis, published as From Adding to the Burden to Sharing the Load: Guidelines for Male Involvement in Reproductive Health in Cambodia, a directive on men and boys was integrated into the national reproductive health policy.
- Greene’s collaborated with Population Action International on In This Generation: Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies For a Youthful World, a seven-country analysis of youth policy. The report shows what countries as diverse as Iran, Mexico and the Netherlands have done to invest more holistically in young people’s sexual and reproductive lives.